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states and government over healthcare. wisconsin, oklahoma, florida all have news and you hear from the wisconsin attorney general, speaker of the house and the florida state senator. plus, campaign and then senator obama promised no tax hikes to the middle class if he were elected president. will he keep the promise or finger crossed behind his back when he said that to you? stay right here. ♪ what if one little pop ♪ could open a world of wonder ? ♪ ♪ so sensory ♪ so satisfying ♪ the discovery ♪ never seems to stop ♪ ♪ it's the magic friskies ♪ ♪ makes happen ♪ every day ♪ in so many ways ♪ friskies ♪ feed the senses ♪ friskies geico's been saving people money and who doesn't want value for their dollar? been true since the day i made my first dollar. where is that dollar? i got it out to show you... uhh... was it rather old and wrinkly? yeah, you saw it? umm fancy a crisp? geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. >> greta: three almost civil wars almost what else but healthcare. first stop, wisconsin. j.b. va
does the gentleman from wisconsin rise? >> i ask unanimous consent to address the house for one minute and to revise and extend and to address the house for one minute. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. petri: mr. speaker, over the past 18 months, the president repeatedly said about his health care plan, if you like your current health insurance you can keep it. the majority of americans knew that this was nonsense and now the department of health and human services confirms it. just released by the actuary of medicaid concludes that the health care law will lead many employers to stop offering health care coverage altogether. that means about 14 million people with job-based insurance today will lose it and instead will be required by law to obtain coverage individually. further, seniors in my state of wisconsin have become big fans of medicare advantage plans, but the chief actuary for medicare estimates that the president and the majority party's medicare cuts will reduce medicare advantage enrollment by seven million people. but there's more. the medicare actuary repo
signs through delhi plaza. many with the signs of the government. in madison, wisconsin constitution is supposed to protect individuals not the government. >> constitution is not an instrument for the government to restrain the people but it is an instrument for the people to restrain the government. >> these people are forgetting that. >> the grassroots movement has its opponents, at a counter protest in d.c. obama supporters thanked the president for cutting their taxes. >> a recent new york times poll found 89 percent of tea party supporters are white. 59 percent of them male. 68 percent live in house holds with incomes greater than $50,000 a year. and in washington, james rosen, fox news. >> billons of taxpayer dollars are paying for pork as well. known as ear marks. programs that only benefit a certain lawmakers district. taxpayers for common sense, reports tonight that bills in fiscal 2010 have special projects worth billons, leading the pack, senator from hawaii, and thad cochran from mississippi, two of them alone, secured $900 million in pork. if you would like see how much
and wisconsin were treated to a meteor shower. a rooftop camera at the university of wisconsin captured these images last night. fire balls streak through the sky and sonic booms shook homes. police departments were flooded with phone calls from people concerned about what was happening. you could certainly understand that. you see all these, you know -- >> unbelievable. >> unbelievable light shows in the sky and you go, what is going on? >> it was visible from northern iowa and central missouri and they think it landed in the southwest corner of wisconsin and they had incredible rumblings of noise for four or five minutes and some speculate it was breaking the sound barrier. >> you have seen a meteorite. >> it is pretty cool. a big ball of flame. doesn't last long, but it leaves an impression. today left an impression. a fantastic impression. a near perfect day. we'll feel more like may. here's your forecast first. the next three days, 80 tomorrow. showers possible late, although the best chance will be friday night and it doesn't have a bunch of moisture with it. we'll have a nic
book him for me, you are welcome. thank you governor. next stop, the great state of wisconsin. the attorney general from the state is here he wants to sue the government. so far he has been blocked. tonight there is news. plus a special guest. governor sarah palin's daughter bristol goes on the record. thanks to the new venture card from capital one, we get dole miles on every purchase. so we earned a ski trip twice as fast. we get double miles every time we use our card. ( thuds ) i'll take this. ( crashing ) double miles add up quick. and all of those. so we brought the whole gang. one adult, one goat please. it's hard to beat double miles. everyone knows two is better than one. introducing the venturcard from capital one... with double miles on every pchase every day. go to capitalone.com. wht's in your waet? oh, poor baby. [ male announcer ] return moisture to your face with gillette's fusion regimen. proven to lubricate during shaving and hydrate after. gillette's fusion rimen. clinically tested to hydrate your skin. . >> greta: 19 states and counting so far, suing the fe
in wisconsin says teachers who participate in a controversial new sex ed program could be criminally charged. i'm gonna take allison jenkins to the senior prom in this. one day, i'll park this in a spot reserved for me. it's got 26,000 miles on it now, but i'm gonna take it to a thousand million. [ male announcer ] when you own a certified pre-owned mercedes-benz, chances are they'll own it one day, too. which is why it undergoes such a rigorous inspection to meet our uncompromising standards. one day, i'm gonna drive this to vegas. [ male announcer ] hurry in to your authorized mercedes-benz dealer for 1.99% financing during our certified pre-owned sales event through april 30th. >> in the unresolved problem, criminal charges for teachers who participate in sex ed courses? that is what a wisconsin prosecutor is threatening. a state law sets guidelines for sex education which is not mandatory but is district attorney says teachers could be charged with contributing to the delinquency of a minor if they follow the law. joining us from madison, wisconsin, is the district attorney and state repres
in wisconsin says teachers who participate in a controversial new sex ed program could be criminally charged. >> in the unresolved problem, criminal charges for teachers who participate in sex ed courses? that is what a wisconsin prosecutor is threatening. a state law sets guidelines for sex education which is not mandatory but is district attorney says teachers could be charged with contributing to the delinquency of a minor if they follow the law. joining us from madison, wisconsin, is the district attorney and state representative who coauthored the legislation. i want to start with you, representative, and welcome to both. why did you feel there was a need for this particular piece of legislation in the public schools in wisconsin? >> this bill is about what it takes to keep kids safe, and to make healthy decisions. we recognize there is a crisis, a public health crisis in wisconsin and nationwide when one in 14 teen girls have sexually transmitted disease that is not acceptable. so we look to change the behavior, reduce unintended pregnancy, reduce sexual assault and that is what we put
. >> the case in wisconsin, as horrible as it was, it said there was no evidence ratzinger knew about it. >> neil: the charges, the cardinal ratzinger and -- a couple of prior jobs, he was overseeing the wisconsin diocese where the abuses were taking place. but whether he knew direct will he -- that's open for debate. >> it really isn't unless we take the assumption the "new york times" is engaging in a coverup with the vatican. if the "new york times" doesn't have evidence, as they freely admit now, that cardinal ratzinger, now the pope, even knew about the cases in wisconsin and if the guy who was the judge for the thomas brunn drainage was never questioned by the "new york times" until wednesday and says ratzinger's name didn't come up. >> neil: didn't matter. they had a connection involving the pope, indirect. that was enough. >> i know. if that's the case, if some soldiered to gropes another soldier in afghanistan, are we going to hold the commander in chief, president obama, possibility? is that how absurd this story has become? i believe in getting the guilty, and they're in wisco
the nation is heading to chicago. remember that big a meteor? pieces were found in eight wisconsin field. it is such a fresh find and it has not been contaminated. >> wisconsin this the place for unusual sightings. there were two wedding parties. a baby was delivered. a couple was driving to the hospital but little lincoln could not wait. the mother of one of the bride's happen to be a nurse and helped deliver the baby. >> all of the sudden, a woman in a peach dress comes running and jumps in. i turn around. there was a bright there. she was like, that is my mom. >> my daughter got married to a wonderful young man. a young son was born. >> that is a memorable wedding. a beautiful baby. 5:52. there is so much more ahead. >> we have your answers to our water cooler question of the day. >> cloudy weather in florida kept the space shuttle discovery in space for one more day. >> after an extra day in space, discovery will try to make its way home this morning. officials hope that will mean a return to kennedy space center. the landing would cap a teen days on a resupply mission to the interna
see in europe. >> wisconsin republican congressman paul ryan has been leading the charge against president obama's health insurance reform bill. and earning conservative kudos in the process. he is seen by many as a principled thinker and a rising star. paul ryan married, three children, miami university of ohio b.a., wisconsin senator bob casten aide one year, empower america a conservative think tank advisor speechwriter two years, sam brownback legislative director two years, u.s. congressman first district wisconsin, six terms, d current question. would paul ryan appeal to the gop voters, pat? >> it's not his time but he's catholic, from wisconsin which is a critical swing state. i think we've lost it five straight times. he's cerebral a very nice guy and respected by everybody. it's too early for paul ryan. i would think he'd make a terrible mistake if he goes from the congressman into the caucus. >> he has a budget plan for privatizing medicare. not a single republican in the congress has sided with him. he is a lone wolf green eye shades guy. give him some time but not 20
. conyers: i'm pleased to recognize our colleague gwen moore from wisconsin. i yield her one minute. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlewoman is yielded one minute. ms. moore: dr. dorothy height gave not only her height but her long-term breadth and depth and length of service to the civil rights movement, to gender equality. mother to no children, wife to no one, she was queen mother and nurturer and lover of the civil rights movement through seven decades of advocacy. although she was a queen, she treated each one she encountered with equity and it was my privilege to bow down to her each time i encountered her. thank god for the life of dr. dorothy height. thank god for her life and legacy and may her life be more than a memory, but a compelling force to press on for the unfinished work of the civil rights and gender equality movement. with that, i yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlewoman yields back. the gentleman from texas. mr. poe: i reserve. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from michigan is recognized. mr. conyers: i'm pleased to reco
them honest. should teaching sex ed be a crime? this is not a hypothetical question. in wisconsin a district attorney has warned teachers that if they use a new state government-mandated sex ed course they could be committing a crime and serve up to six years in prison. this is the letter the district attorney sent out to five school districts. and he's going to be on the program in a minute to defend the letter. but i just want to show you what the sex ed course that he's opposed to is actually designed to teach. it was approved by the state government. no republicans support it, i should point out, but democrats passed it. the d.a. is republican, by the way. the course is designed to be age appropriate, and it's described as an instructional program in human growth and development for students from kindergarten to 12th grade. so what exactly does it teach? i want to show you just some of the specifics. take a look at this. this is wording from the actual law passed in wisconsin. it teaches the benefits and reasons for abstaining from sexual activity. that's one of the things. it
. this hour, her family's attorney sets the record straight. teach sex ed and go to jail. a wisconsin prosecutor says that teachers could face criminal charges if they talk about condoms and birth control. is he serious or is this a scare tactic? >>> you knew this was coming, spirit airlines is the first to charge for carry-on luggage that goes in the overhead bin and up to $45 a bag. are other airlines next? >>> controversy, opinion, your point of view, this is "prime news." >>> welcome once again, i'm vinnie politan in for mike galanos, and shocking claims coming out of newly released secret jailhouse letters from casey anthony. she says she was sexually abused by a member of her own family and the florida mother accused of killing her only child wrote more than 250 pages to a fellow inmate. prosecutors say that these letters hold casey's dark secrets that can be used against her in the trial. the defense says it is not so cut and dry. >> we are not going to object to their release. there is nothing in there that is by any means even close to a confession. there are things in there
. thank you. >>> flaming rocks from outer space. a tiny wisconsin town is in the spotlight after fragments from a meteorite sprinkled the area and rob marciano is tracking a dangerous storm system that could spark a tornado outbreak. we'll talk to rob in a few minutes right here in the cnn "newsroom." >>> tiny rocks from far out in space have put a small midwestern town on the map, livingston, wisconsin, to be exact is buzzing after pieces of a meteorite rained down on the area and folks coming from miles around to search for the treasure and it's considered treasure. more now from cnn all-platform journalist chris welch. >> reporter: what are you looking for? >> meteorites. >> reporter: in southwest wisconsin, swings and slides are so last week. >> we're doing this so we can cover the most ground. >> reporter: ever since this fiery space rock ripped through the atmosphere. >> it sounded like thunder, but it just kept going. >> reporter: thevilleable of livingston, wisconsin, has had meteorite fever. >> that is not a meteorite. you're looking for a darker crust. it burst into countless fra
with my dear friend and colleague from across the water, mr. obey. in northwestern wisconsin, northeastern minnesota. the ocean foundation has reported that annually beach going generates $30 billion of economic value and wildlife viewing generates up to $49 billion also in economic value. but unfortunately estuaries by definition are downstream. each estuary is the repository for all the pollution discharged into the rivers and other bodies of water that drain into estuaries from up stream. -- upstream. as the pollution loading increases, the estuary, the repository of those pollution deposits deteriorate. the water becomes degraded. the animal and plant communities suffer. chesapeake bay is a powerful example of that degrading and deterioration. only 1% of the historical oyster populations remain in chesapeake bay. it's bad for commercial and recreational fishing, results in depleted fisheries, decreased tourism revenues, and deteriorated property values. in addition, because of deterioration of the estuary and the border land around it, we have seen increased flooding, shoreline erosion
to talk about tenth and share with my colleagues from wisconsin, ohio and new york is the tax issues that have come about over the last 15 months. i was -- i left california this morning to fly here to washington, d.c. in this session and as i picked up "the sacramento bee" on the front page, the headline said, tax refunds the largest ever, i said whoa, how did that happen? i thought taxes had gone up. when i looked into it and asked my staff to dig up information, taxes have gone down as a result of the stimulus bill that was passed. one of my sad situations, i wasn't here to vote for the stimulus bill. i was elected in 2009. i didn't vote for one of the largest middle-class tax cuts in america's history. when i arrived here in washington i asked my friends and colleagues to help me understand and explain how it came to be that these incredible and important tax cuts actually happened. and first thing they said yes, the stimulus bill did it, we voted for the tax cuts, over $300 billion and not one republican voted for the tax cuts. and i said that is not true. i said, did they vote
medicare. >> meanwhile a teenager in wisconsin is making higs. romain robert quinn was elected as mayor. he was 19 and makes him the city's youngest mayor ever. he is currently a freshman at the university 06 wisconsin where he is studying political science. one of his first goals is to fall city's budget and build better sidewalks. >> ambitious young man. >> coming up a local canine is providing comfort to child abuse victims and will nephew court. >> if you're a good driver and are willing to think outside the the box we have details for you. >> and the roads are wet. we have some problems that could aringside rise later this could aringside rise later this amp. get selsun blue for itchy dry scalp. strong itch-fighters target scalp itch while 5 moisturizers leave hair healthy. selsun blue. got a clue? get the blue. hmmm, i'm losing energy this raimorning. so blue? did you have a good breakfast? nooo. here, try this, it's under three hundred calories and pretty satisfying. mmmm! tasty! looks like everything is back to normal. fight the morning fade in under three hundred calories. jimmy d
vegas is a called las vegas, god the license and we exposed the fact that wisconsin was willing to let a boxer with one eye vision traded it in the ring when a former fed rejected him. i thought this whistleblower thing is pretty easy. some of the upcoming check it out and have a story. a few months later i turned 20 and graduated from college in another person caught, a teacher comments at all across wisconsin are teachers you been convicted of molesting children may move to another school district may start teaching again. you really got to look into it and we started a project away from 370 teachers that have molested children and just move to another district in 30 teaching again because there was no screening system. i thought wow, this is really great come of this whistleblower thing. i get into this. and then i came to washington and i said wow whistleblowing is a much more complicated and dark and tricky proposition . the first whistleblowers i met here in washington called me up. i was only hear about six months. still haven't figured out the subway system and make it getting
was not at fault in the wisconsin case. cardinal ratinger was in munich when the case in wisconsin erupted and settled in the '90s, i mean, ratinger was nowhere near authority on these issues until 2001. i think this, the loving detail that the new york times poured into this page after page, exhibit after exhibit, website after website on all of the stuff just proves how gleeful they are on this and it is-- the worst you could say was that the catholic church was deficient in the '90s and peggy didn't praise the new york times she praised the boston globe, the boston globe, in 2002, she didn't praise the new york times in the latest outburst. >> i want juan's opinion whether or not you feel there's been balance in the coverage? >> no, i think in fact when i look at the coverage, it's very interesting to me. when i looked at it and at the criticism that come from the vatican they made legitimate points about the reporting. specifically rornts cardinal ratinger, now the pope was in a position of responsibility to blunt some of the cases. they said that's not the case, he wasn't there until
shower. that is huge. reports coming from nearby places like minnesota, wisconsin, north dakota, south dakota and even michigan. let's do this one more time real quick. i want to point it out. that the university of wisconsin also spotting this fireball in the sky. let's take you outside locally. hopefully no fireballs. the big fat sun will pop out in the sky. 38 in altoona and richmond, 37 in charleston, west virginia. basically not much going on that gives me the ability to show you some other video but we have the frontal boundary out to the west. other place it's see this fireball. this is the region right now. no reference here to baltimore, other than the fact that the weather system will shift our winds from the west and south west, pumping in a little bit a warmup. the weather system will eventually get here. and the forecast model showing us a clear day and clear night. high clouds roll in and thicken up tomorrow. thunderstorms breaking out in pa and maybe heavier showers tomorrow night at 9:00. and that could take us through saturday morning. and the front slides to the south
got the drugs. >>> something was spotted lighting up the skies over wisconsin last night. people across the midwest called the national weather service to report sitings of a bright object. the weather service said it may have been a large meteorite. meteor showers began on april 4th. >>> every week we introduce you to a new pair of contestants in our extreme brickover. what they are doing is competing to see who can loose the most amount of weight. so far you have met a married couple, high school friends and tonight we'll meet the roommates. >> reporter: if you think that looks like a tough workout, you would be right. >> 140-pounds feels good, right? >> reporter: a 40-pound vet. >> squat, press. >> reporter: a trainer and lots of sweating. lucky bobby has a partner. his roommate marian. >> i saw this opportunity that brick bodies had. i was like instead of me joining the military for two months of boot camp, why don't i do two months of boot camp here and have my freedom. >> reporter: now here they are competing in the extreme brick over. each week they are shedding pounds. >
the puppy from a breeder in wisconsin for $4,000. the dog arrived at the cherry hill home last week. the next day someone broke in and stole it. police arrested the intruder but the puppy is still gone. >> all i'm asking is whoever has him i'm not going to ask any questions. that is not my purpose. do i want anybody arrested? do i want anybody locked up? no. i want an apology and i would like my dog back. >> if you know where the puppy is call city police right away, 410-396-2504. >>> 5:34. it's a story that is capturing national headlines. >> homeless good samaritan lying while people walked by. reaction to the disturbing video this morning. >> and surveying the damage after severe storms carved a path of destruction down the south. first, here's justin berk. >> 5:34. looks like most of the rain pushing to the east. leftover drizzle and fog and 54 in baltimore but a dry wind from the northwest. we'll let you know when we get a chance to dry out coming up. >>> right now good morning to mark jones. >> good morning. for your commute start you'll find the buses slowing up a bit due to
's days are numbered and colorado and california they are up for grabs. in illinois, wisconsin maybe take down barbara boxer struggling in california or arlon spector in pennsylvania the senate will be back in gop hands. tell me why they are a sea of vulnerable democrats and republicans need to pick up 30 to take back control. to put things in perspective the gop picked up 54 seats in 1994 so it can be done. dick morris says these are the 37 democrats that the gop should defeat in november. this includes several democrats who nay made themselves vulnera by voting for the government takeover. this is in the book just out tomorrow "2010 take america back." let's go through the senate quickly. >> you have four open seats which win. you have north dakota and illinois and kirk is now 5 or 6 ahead of gianapolis mired in a scandal with the family bank. he's straight treasurer and his family owns a bank that's going bust and he's involved in that. >> you have four incumbents the walking dead. spector in pennsylvania 8 points behind. reed in nevada behind all three. ben not in colorado who norton
for the wisconsin for 28 years. this was a tight one for a while. andre blatche, his persistence pays off. he had 18 points. the wisconsin by one. but -- wiz by one. blatche gets the rebound here but the put back is stuffed. and derrick rodes finishes it off in style. the bulls finish off the wizard 95-87. >>> the capitals are back in the win column after breaking a tree-game losing skid last night. the defense is the problem. giving up ten goals in two losses. but last night it had a playoff feel to it and that makes for a good tuneup. >> i felt like it was a playoff game. it was tense and there wasn't a lot of shots but those are the hardest games to play. i think there was 44 whistles after two periods and you have to stay focused. it is a mental game. and i thought we, you know, beared down and proved we can play defensive when we want to and have to. >>> final preps at r.f.k. stadium as they look for the home opener. the new head coach is optimistic about this year's team. >> with have an exciting team with a blend of veteran players and young players as well. and we are in a great situation t
with these families? >> yes, why not. i met mary from wisconsin who was in russia trying to finalize the adoption of her second russian child. she's horrified to know that her plans and other americans could be delayed for months. it's heart breaking and emotional. even if they have not met their perspective child. still, your hope is there, you put your time and heart into it. it's very difficult. >> back outside moscow, children's lives have already been transformed by their foster parents. for those still in orphanages, the future has now become very uncertain. reporting for bbc news, moscow. >> we'd love to hear from you. we have our own facebook page. can you get links to the website and features and analysis for you then. you can follow us as wol on twitter.com. on this addition, the political reporter tells us every election campaign around the world has a key moment. the prime minister's gaff was probably the key point of the campaign. that's all for this addition. stay with us here on bbc world news. >> funding made possible by the freeman foundation of new york, stowe, vermont and honol
quorum call: quorum call: mr. feingold: mr. president? the presiding officer: is not frr wisconsin is recognized. mr. feingold: are we in a quorum call? officer we're, senator. mr. feingold: i ask that further proceedings under the quorum call be dispensed with. the presiding officer: without objection, so ordered. mr. feingold: mr. president -- mr. president, i come to the floor to recognize the 40th anniversary of earth day and to remember the man who founded earth day, the late-wisconsin governor and senator gaylord nelson. before he was the founder of earth day and one of the nation's greatest conservationist, avenues son of which is wissments avenues young boy growing up in the town of clear lake, wisconsin amid the great natural beauty of our state. when asked how he developed his lifelong interest and dedication to the environment, nelson would say, "by osmosis" while growing up in clear lake, which is which. he reflected the very best of our state from the beginning, building on wisconsin's long tradition of environmental conservation. our state passed landmark forest and w
, and a little rain and sleet micked in the great lakes, wisconsin, parts of minnesota. they all mean something to us here. it is kind of cold in some places, and there is a weather system to the west we'll have to keep an eye on. i'll have the insta-weather plus forecast in just a minute. >> our big story this morning where legislation cracking down on distracted drivers is set to become law. >> that bill is banning drivers from using hand-held cell phones while behind the wheel. david collins has more from the statehouse. >> passage, according to supporters, will have a dramatic and immediate impact on road safety. they say the bill is not just about being distracted by a phone call. it also addresses a fact of life known as multitasking. >> you can play a game, you can go on fook, you can -- facebook, you can tweet. you can do a video. oh, yeah, you can make a phone call. >> starting october 1, using one of these while driving will become illegal. police would have to pull you over for something else before giving first offenders a $40 ticket. >> if i put my hand to my ear -- >> because the
, throughout my own state of wisconsin, and i assure all across the country, local law enforcement agencies speak about how vital the progress to their ability to keep our communities safe. it is a highly effective program that is proven to be one of the most cost-effective ways to fight crime. last year i joined the senators feinstein commonly he and others in introducing legislation to reauthorize the cops program and improvements to the administration of the program. can we count, mr. attorney general, on your support for this legislation? will you continue to fight for increased funding to the cops program? >> absolutely. the cops program has historically proven to be one of the most effective ways in which the federal government can assist its state and local partners. i think that the historic drops we've seen in crime over the last ten years, 15 years or so is a direct result of the fact that we have employed, put more police officers on the street. state and local authorities don't always this is really have the financial capacity to do that in the cops program there has been@@@@@ t
of weeks. >> thank you. >> throughout my own state of wisconsin, local law enforcement agencies speak about how vital the cops program is to keep our communities safe. fight crime. last year i joined the senators feinstein commonly he and others in introducing legislation to reauthorize the cops program and improvements to the administration of the program. can we count, mr. attorney general, on your support for this legislation? will you continue to fight for increased funding to the cops program? >> absolutely. the cops program has historically proven to be one of the most effective ways in which the federal government can assist its state and local partners. i think that the historic drops we've seen in crime over the last ten years, 15 years or so is a direct result of the fact that we have employed, put more police officers on the street. state and local authorities don't always this is really have the financial capacity to do that in the cops program there has been a plot and allowing the state and local partners to deploy more people. it would be my hope that even in these budgetary
today and tomorrow right here along wisconsin avenue. we have food to show you and some latest fashions and how to find some deals and we have some great music. that's all coming up in the next couple of hours and we'll see you after this short break. stay with us.  >>> eight minutes before 8:00 right now. >> today fox 5's macacland is getting a lesson in french culture. he is in georgetown where they are hosting an open air french market today and tomorrow. matt, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. wouldn't it be nice to jump on a plane and head to paris? i know that's not likely for most of us. but i have a great idea for you. today and tomorrow, all you need to do is come to georgetown, right along wisconsin avenue and you can feel like you are in paris. i want to introduce you to somebody. nancy mira. nancy, tell me why you are bringing everybody together for this. you have quite a few stores and a lot of people are participating in this. >> yes. tanks so much for coming. welcome to the georgetown french market. we're up here on book hill which is on wisconsin
's days are numbered. if republicans can pull through in some of the closer races in illinois, wisconsin and maybe take dunbar bra boxer struggling in california or specter in pennsylvania the senate will be back in gop hands. the house of representatives is a sea of vulnerable democrats, republicans need to pick up 39 seats to take control. to put things in perspective gop picked up 54 seats in 1994. can it be done? dick morris says there's the 37 democrats gop should defeat in november. several made themselves vulnerable by voting for health care. dick morris outlines all this in his new book out tomorrow 2010, take america back. let's go through the senate quickly. >> you have four open seats that we will clearly win. delaware, indiana, north dakota and illinois kirk is now five or six ahead of began poe -- gianacaci mired with his family bank. then you have four incumbents that are the walking dead. specter in pennsylvania eight points behind. reid in nevada behind all three. lincoln in arkansas more than 20 points down. benefit the appointed senator in colorado who norton is probabl
wisconsin this morning. then the u.p. of michigan, cold enough behind the front that chained over to snow. we're get colder air. chicago now is 35. indianapolis 50. we're 70. the last warm day for a while, temperatures running generally 60s and low 70s. 6:00 a.m. time for traffic. >> ready for a new hour. a new day. thursday. whether will be good but we have a traffic alert. we have these downed wires on joplin road between aidan and johnson roads. it's closed, there's no good way around this. you're going to want to avoid the area. 95 headed northbound, it's a slow ride as drivers make their way from the prince william parkway to lorton. inner loop, happy to report that drivers are moving well between braddock road and 66. we had earlier volume due to construction but all of that has cleared out. outer loop, your volume mainly stretches between 29 and georgia avenue. in silver spring, 16th street southbound at the circle, reports of an accident. >>> we are following breaking news at the top of this house. a massive fire in prince george's county. while you slept. it tore through
the wisconsin border and now, police are saying a fourth teenage girl critically injured is fighting for her life at this hour. all girls attended the same local high school and saying the 16-year-old driver overcorrected after she crossed the middle line in the road and her pickup truck ended up flipping into a ditch. all four girls were thrown outside the vehicle. goldman sachs in the hot seat this week. top execs from the wall street bank set to defend their company before lawmakers after incriminating e-mails were released. we told, but that yesterday. details on that ahead, plus, he was an out of work exec who made headlines when he took to the streets wearing a sandwich board, begging for a job. what he's up to now and why some people say it could be good news about the economy. stay close. will everyone with constipation please report to gate 17? thank you so much. constipation's uncomfortable enough, so why take a harsh laxative? phillips' caplets work naturally with your colon... for overnight relief without cramps. phillips' caplets. you stood in the basement gathering dust while i
. nevada reid's days are numbered and colorado and california they are up for grabs. in illinois, wisconsin maybe take down barbara boxer struggling in california or arlon spector in pennsylvania the senate will be back in gop hands. tell me why they are a sea of vulnerable democrats and republicans need to pick up 30 to take back control. to put things in perspective the gop picked up 54 seats in 1994 so it can be done. dick morris says these are the 37 democrats that the gop should defeat in november. this includes several democrats who nay made themselves vulnera by voting for the government takeover. this is in the book just out tomorrow "2010 take america back." let's go through the senate quickly. >> you have four open seats which win. you have north dakota and illinois and kirk is now 5 or 6 ahead of gianapolis mired in a scandal with the family bank. he's straight treasurer and his family owns a bank that's going bust and he's involved in that. >> you have four incumbents the walking dead. spector in pennsylvania 8 points behind. reed in nevada behind all three. ben not in colorado
'm a mideastern person. i agree with the wisconsin decision to stop the sexual education classes, and i hope all other states follow in their lead. sex education should be taught by the parents or whomever has custody of the teen at that certain age, just like a law at a certain age a child needs to drive. i feel that it should be a certain age that a child should be taught at home sexual education. >> and if the parents fail in that responsibility, what happens? you learn it from other kids? >> caller: well, look at the statistics. i mean, all these teen pregnancies that are going on right now. you have 20 to 30 kids sitting in a classroom and it's very embarrassing. it's uncomfortable. and the average child thinks they know better since it is part of their own body and they are talking -- >> so does sex education promote promiscuity? >> caller: yes, it does. >> why? >> caller: why? because of the other classmates and just the -- >> so the giggle effect? >> caller: the giggle, yes, as well -- >> i got it. thanks. lindsey, a young woman in north carolina is about to weigh in. hey, lindsey. >> ca
wisconsin, by a vote of 56-41, the assembly yesterday passed a bill to select the state's official microbe. a microbe, of course is a mic microscopic organism you can't see with the naked eye. what is it? it's this really, really, really, really guy, the lactococcus. state representative gar hebble claimed, quote, the first time i heard the idea, i thought -- but this microbe is really a very hard worker. it's a major deal in wisconsin, because it's critical in the production of cheddar, colby and monterey jack. in 2008, wisconsin produced about 2.5 billion pounds of cheese. in order for milk to become cheese, it goes through a process called acidification, and it happens when an enzyme called rennet combines with lactic acid, thanks to the microbe. if the state senate goes along with this, it would be in good company. they also have a grain, flower, bird, fish, domestic animal, wildlife animal, fossil, mineral, rocket, fruit and tar tan. which makes me want our show to have them, too. have a wonderful weekend. good night. >>> a fire, a very large fire has broken out among the compound bui
, wisconsin and maine. tuesday the nfl the league will announce the regular season lineup days before the draft. fans can tune in and watch the event live on nfl network at 7:00 p.m. eastern time. >>> wednesday, and then there will be six. the lowest vote getter will be booted from american idol. the theme this week is in expirational song and the week idol gives back. it's a musical telethon raising money for charity. >>> thursday it's the 40th anniversary of earth day. many celebrate worldwide and there are scheduled events across the globe that help bring more awareness to how we interact with the planet. earth day is celebrated in 175 countries and more than 5 million people. >>> on thursday sam bradford is the front runner for the nfl draft. fox news. >>> and up next we'll get a check on top stories. and earthquakes have been in the news a lot and are sparking fears of the big one in california. we'll talk to the experts about the danger. >>> plus gwen is back with the weather and a workweek preview. stay with us. this edition of sunday fox 5 morning news will be right back. (ann
in wisconsin. it was a meteor shower. it began april 4. it will stay visible through next week. one witness says it looks like a kaleidoscope exploded in the sky. >> i will go with aliens. >> you are a meteorologist. that is not supposed to be your explanation. >> we are not alone. >> we will talk about this later. >>> let's talk about the weather. >> nothing but sunshine in the sky. it is definitely going to be a transition for the weekend. >> a little bit of rain? >> it will probably be at the night time. in frederick, we have a little bit of fog. watch it dissipate as the sun comes up. a very nice set up in frederick. conditions are nice this hour. another shot from east of town near the bay. the sunshine is coming in. the water temperature he is still in the 40's. 69 right now in rockville. leesburg is at 69. 70 over at landover. rustin is at 66. winds are light across the area. let's show you what a setup looks like. mild air building in. detroit is at 75. atlanta is coming in at 65. a lot of mild air. that mild air is coming our way. behind that a frontal system is tripping across par
has filed. in wisconsin i've learned the other night, the attorney general cannot file a lawsuit without specific permission on behalf of the governor or the legislature. do have you that specific requirement in your state? >> yeah. if he's representing the state of michigan. that means he's representing the executive branch, the agencies, the governor. he cannot file against my wishes on the side that he has filed. he can file as the attorney general. he can file on behalf the people. but he cannot file on behalf of the state government. and the state of michigan. he's my client. >> greta: he could legitimately go forward and say i don't represent the state that's the governor but i represent the people and i'm going forward one aspect, he could proceed that way? >> he could proceed that way. he has the constitutional authority to do that. but as my lawyer he cannot represent me or the state government. and he would have to -- i'm asking him to file on the other side to intervene on the other side so that the -- my wishes as governor and the state agencies are represented in tha
as well as wisconsin. storms off to the west. finally they will come in on a cold front toward the end of the week. several days of this coming our way. partly cloudy this evening for the next couple of hours and maybe a thundershower, but isolated chance. the winds will be quiet all night. tomorrow, unseasonably warm again to buy 84 to 88. -- again, 84 to 88. southwest winds at about 10 to 15. for boaters in the day tomorrow, not as much of a breeze as today. those water temperatures are in the 50's. if you are close to the they were on the bay, you might need a sweater. -- if you are close to the water or on the bay, you might be a sweater. by morning, we are in great shape. the rain is off to our north and west. until we get into wednesday evening into thursday. in a more significant cold front comes our way. our range chances go up an hour temperatures go down. -- rain chances go up and our temperatures go down puritan 88 on wednesday and -- go down. 88 on wednesday and friday, considerably cooler, only around 60 for the high. saturday, 58 for the high. 64 on sunday. the weekend is
will worry he is nominating somebody to progressive. >> and wisconsin senator on the judiciary committee says he hopes the process is not drawn out. >> i think the president and senate would like to get somebody confirmed by the fall. that gives us room to see we can get the job done. >> no word on when the president will name a nominee. he is considering about 10 people. wbal-tv 11 news. [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> with big changes in the weather, a cold front moving through. it looked threatening for the home opener but turned out nice. this is the 19th home opener camden yards camden. we have had some wild weather. anything is possible on an opening day in baltimore. the coldest was 2003, when the high was 45 and the low was 29. snow showers obscured the outfielders' view of the ball. the warmest was 1998, when the high was 86 degrees. the west was 2006, with 0.36 inches of rain. the windiest was 2004, a gust of 44 miles per hour. that was a chilly day, with temperatures only in the 60's. you
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